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aspdotnet_website_programming thread: DataGrid Problem on Page Refresh


Message #1 by "Kapil Joshi" <kscol_2000@y...> on Fri, 17 Jan 2003 12:10:03
I have created an ASPX page with a datagrid that has inline editing 
facility. It also has the capability to add new records on the fly.
But if i update / add new records and refresh the page, 
the last event is fired again and as a result the operations are repeated. 

This causes multiple records to be inserted into the DB table.

How can we restrict these events to be fired on refresh of page?

Thanks in Advance.

~ Kapil

Message #2 by "Byron Leoppky" <bleoppky@a...> on Fri, 17 Jan 2003 10:18:20 -0600
IPostBackDataHandler.RaisePostDataChangedEvent


-----Original Message-----
From: Kapil Joshi [mailto:kscol_2000@y...] 
Sent: January 17, 2003 12:10 PM
To: Website Programming with ASP.NET
Subject: [aspdotnet_website_programming] DataGrid Problem on Page
Refresh

I have created an ASPX page with a datagrid that has inline editing 
facility. It also has the capability to add new records on the fly.
But if i update / add new records and refresh the page, 
the last event is fired again and as a result the operations are
repeated. 

This causes multiple records to be inserted into the DB table.

How can we restrict these events to be fired on refresh of page?

Thanks in Advance.

~ Kapil

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